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Home Based Business Strategy You Will Hate

by Cecil Lemmons (2020-04-13)

page1-93px-Revisiting_Functional_Areas_fSo I'll say it straight...


That's it. That's the #1 strategy. I've ranted about it on my site, so you can check it out, but basically that's the #1 tip for success as a work at home business owner. Whether you're affiliate or starting a new business offline with online presence, you need to understand one thing - only long term strategy will work, all else will fail.

So many boys and girls are fascinated by the idea of making money working from home. They slap a WP blog, do some basic SEO, get tired, don't see return and jump onto something else. A big no no. If you are thinking about success, you need to take every single business decision seriously. It is a business in the end. So why would you play with it. Take it seriously and you'll go so much further.

Let's take an example. Let's say you ordered some clickbank product that teaches you how to make money from home. You get excited, you pick some kind of a niche and think about ripping profits in 48 hours, because that's how long it took the owner on the video to make those $48,597 right. Wrong! Those "gurus" have been marketing online for years, so it's nothing to make even a million per day when doing a launch. But small guy starting out is another thing.

You don't have the knowledge or resources. Most likely, you won't get any traffic for 3 to 6 months even if you work very hard. Usually in this scenario, you will just quit and get back to the reality.

But stop! Wait for a moment.

Instead of mildly taking this project and then quitting when you don't see results fast, why not go the other way around? Why not pick one niche that you know you'll love, have some passion about, and you know makes money for people day in day out.

Now we're talking.

Slowly build content on the website. For those who have virtually any queries relating to wherever and also how to use account for your Business, you possibly can email us in the website. Write articles. Do article marketing. Do SEO. Do paid traffic if it works. If not, you still have valuable content on your site. Don't let it go to waste. Build it, get traffic, get links. You'll see that it does take time, but what matters is your mindset.

Instead of thinking short term, you think long term. Now it doesn't seem such a bad idea not to get any traffic for 5 months or so. Because you know that sooner or later your efforts will pay off. So take things slowly and you'll see how things change.